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The pictures tell without words the journey he went through in his administration as the president. Per se, the images support the viewpoint that the history will look back and determine what could have been done better. The images also tend to describe certain mistakes that were made in a better and accepted manner than words. For example, the image where the words ‘mission accomplished’ did not convey the actual message that was intended. Consequently, it depicts the mistakes done during his leadership but offers a room for correction in the future (Ammon, Bette & Gale 50). Most of the images and photographs serve a greater purpose creating an identity of who we are and always reminding us of what we are supposed to be. The images also depict how we are perceived (Ammon, Bette & Gale 51). The images indicate that president bush had his way of doing things. President Bush always did what he thought was right and honorable. In conclusion, the images show that everyone is entitled to have or express his or her opinion in the United
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